Afghan Taliban Post-2001: The Quetta Shura and Pakistan

Rehman, Abdul (2021) Afghan Taliban Post-2001: The Quetta Shura and Pakistan. MA/MSc thesis, BCE Nemzetközi, Politikai és Regionális Tanulmányok Intézet, Nemzetközi Kapcsolatok Tanszék. Szabadon elérhető változat / Unrestricted version:

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Quetta Shura has played an important role in the revival of the Taliban in Afghanistan. Taliban, once defeated and demoralized are now one of the strongest parties in Afghanistan. The group has emerged from ashes as the worst nightmare for the United States. The two decades of war in Afghanistan is the longest war for America on foreign soil. It is evident that, in the last two decades of war in Afghanistan, NATO forces have failed to defeat the Taliban. In collaboration with Pakistan, the Taliban are once again committed to establishing their Emirate in Afghanistan. As the United States is set to withdraw foreign troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban are dictating their terms in the Afghan peace process. Much is uncertain about the future of Afghanistan, but the contemporary situations predict Quetta Shura as the winner at the cost of innocent Afghans.

Item Type:MA/MSc thesis
Subjects:International relations
ID Code:14421
Specialisation:International Relations
Deposited On:08 Dec 2021 12:47
Last Modified:08 Dec 2021 12:47

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